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Posted by Krisgo on March 30, 2012 in $ave it, Around the house, Crafts, Gift it, Leisure, Recycle it, Sewing
October 8, 2013 at 11:35 pm
Probably the most well known stripe today is the pin stripe. It is a very thin (not wider than about 1/18 inch usually about 1/30 inch wide) single stripe that gives the impression of a pinhead spot. A single warp yarn is used to create a stripe, while the distance between the stripes usually ranges from 1/10 inch up to 1 inch.
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